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Lancaster University 'top 5' for student satisfaction
The results of the 2017 National Student Survey reveal that 91 per cent of Lancaster University students are satisfied with their course - seven per cent higher than the national average of 84 per cent.Learn More
Prestigious British Academy award for FASS Professor
A Lancaster University Professor has just received one of the highest honours in academia from the British Academy for his work in Indian and comparative religion and philosophy.Learn More
An evening with the author Anthony Horowitz
Anthony Horowitz will be appearing at Lancaster University as part of Lancaster LitFest to give a unique insight into his life and writing as he introduces his latest novel, ‘The Word is Murder‘.Learn More
Lancaster Writing Award - Call for entries
Lancaster Writing Awards is a national competition, organised by English Literature & Creative Writing, which recognises emerging writing talent in literary criticism, prose fiction,poetry, script and screen-writing.Learn More
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£2 million of postgraduate funding for 2017 in the Arts & Social Sciences
Professor Graham Mort, poet and author of radio drama and short fiction, has just had his tenth collection of poems, ‘Black Shiver Moss’, published by Seren Books.
Professor Andrew Quick has co-authored and co-directed a new piece of theatre which has been selected by the British Council Showcase for this year’s Edinburgh Festival.
Dr Catherine Spooner (English and Creative Writing) was interviewed on BBC World Service’s The Why Factor about Goth subculture on 8th May. The interview was repeated on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio Wales on 9th May.
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